212 Tasting Notes
Dry Leaf Nose: Sweet with marshmallow notes.
Liquor: Rich brown liquor.
Flavour: Cinnamon and marshmallow surface as the main flavour components with the tea lingering in the aftertaste and brining a liveliness to the liquor – reminiscent of s’mores or toasted marshmallows.
Dry Leaf Nose: Sweet and orangey, like orange juice or sherbet.
Liquor: Golden green with a slight cloudiness.
Flavour: The orange and mate are prominent with the papaya taking rung on the palate. The natural sweetness of the blend is refreshing and well-balanced by the slightly bitter nature of the green mate – an appealing, fresh and orangey flavour.
Dry Leaf Nose: Full, fresh and herb-based aroma with a light hint of sweet earth and some smokiness for depth.
Liquor: Earthy green liquor with some cloudiness at times, most often clean. Full, herb aroma with some earth notes and a sweet finish.
Flavour: Full bodied liquor with a natural sweetness and a robust body. Complex and sweet herb notes layered with an earthy quality, reminiscent of the jungles in which the guayusa is grown. The moist air of the jungle is brought to the cup.
Dry Leaf Nose: Very aromatic with cinnamon and chocolate.
Liquor: Dark and rich, warm brown character.
Flavour: Full and rich with the aroma and flavour of cinnamon and chocolate. The roasted mate and carob add body and a natural sweetness with a deliciously rich flavour.
Dry Leaf Nose: Sweet and spicy with strong guayusa notes.
Liquor: Green-gold and clear with sweet spicy aromatics.
Flavour: Mild, but warm and spicy with pepper and ginger notes, and a hint of cinnamon. There is an underlying herbal quality which comes from the guayusa